Category: High-Asset Divorce

Legal Terms Glossary: Understanding “Legalese” in Family Law

Legal Terms Glossary to Help You Understand Your Family Law Attorney Legal Terms are Confusing Legal Terms can be really confusing.  Most professions have jargon used only in their profession.  Most other groups have some of their own language.  But, we can all agree that attorneys are the worst! Legal Terms Cause Miscommunication Attorneys have [..]

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Divorce Finances: Preparing for a Successful Divorce Part One

Divorce Finances:  Knowledge is Power Divorce is never simple, but preparing for a successful divorce gives you the winning edge. The more solid documentation you have, the better your strategy will be. Your divorce may be something you have thought about for awhile or it may be that an event has caused an immediate breakdown of [..]

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Coping: Holiday Conflict Resolution

Holiday Conflict Is a Reality Posting near holidays presents a real dilemma.  I want to post pictures of feasts and family celebrations, kids hunting eggs, unwrapping gifts, lighting the Menorah or Kinarah, decorating the Christmas tree, blowing out birthday candles and watching fireworks. I also recognize that the holidays can be a stressful time for divorced families, [..]

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Complex Divorce with Children Survival Guide

True Story:  One Fort Worth Family  Survived a Complex Divorce with Children and High Assets by MaryHartin We  survived a high-asset complex divorce with children. The divorce was also extremely high conflict.  More importantly, my children survived the high-asset, complex, high-conflict divorce.  How did we do it?  We took charge of our destiny and we put our [..]

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High-Asset Divorce Fort Worth | Weatherford

High-Asset Divorce Complex Property Division: Top Attorney Providing Complex High-Asset Divorce Representation in Fort Worth and Weatherford, Texas In high-asset divorce cases that involve significant assets and complex issues, it is critical to hire the most experienced and qualified attorney possible in order to protect your interests.  Business and other assets must be properly evaluated [..]

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Divorce Court: What the Judge Can and Cannot Do

WHAT THE DIVORCE COURT CAN AND CANNOT DO Several times a year, I hear from someone (usually prospective clients) who want something that the courts just can’t deliver. So here is what a court can and cannot do. The Divorce Court Can Divide Marital Property and Order Action Courts can order someone to pay a certain amount of [..]

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